Green Bike Photo Inventory for Fall 2018
Bicycle Advisory Committee Meeting Notes April 26, 2018 www.dickinson.edu/biking . . . In Attendance Cody Rosenbarker, Sustainability Learning Coordinator Lindsey Lyons, Asst. Director of the Center for Sustainability Education Ken Shultes, Assoc. VP of Sustainability/Faculty Planning Sam Waltman, Biking@Dickinson Intern Alyssa Gill, Transportation Coordinator Joe Fazio, Lieutenant/Asst. Dir. of Public Safety Mark Scott, Director of Grounds and Landscaping Updated Summary The Handlebar The sandbags outside the Handlebar are on facilities’ radar to address Pumps will be maintained through work order requests Remember to bring your bikes to Handlebar open hours and bring your family! Green Bike Continue reading →
Dickinson has partnered with Cole’s Bike Shop, a local and family-owned bicycle shop, to offer great deals to Dickinsonians. Through Shop & Ride, you can order a bike, helmet, lock and accessories online and then have it ready for pick-up! Students who purchase a bike from Shop & Ride also will be able to store their bikes indoors for free over summer and winter breaks. Don’t miss out on this awesome opportunity! Reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
This past spring there were some new and exciting biking developments done on campus… namely new bike pumps! Thanks to Student Senate and the CSE Biking Interns, there are now five new bike pumps on campus at the HUB, High Street crosswalk, Adams, Denny, and DW. Want to know where all the pumps are plus a lot of other cool biking stuff? Check out this super cool map of biking infrastructure on campus– it shows where bike racks, facilities, pumps and repair stations, showers, lockers, Continue reading →
Hello all! We’ve had a busy summer so far here at CSE. We’ve done a bunch of projects and have a lot more work to do before the summer is done. A lot of the work we’ve been doing has been focused on biking or beekeeping. Here are some of the projects we’ve been working on and general happenings related to biking. 1. Biking everywhere! My apartment mates and I are lucky to all have bikes on campus and they’ve been so helpful for getting around Continue reading →